We offer Polyester Films made from high-grade raw material. Our Polyester Film, Metalized Polyester Film And Polyester Coated Films offer transparency, strength and tear resistance which is ideal for use in many industries. These are used as the core material in the printing process. After printing they are laminated with other material and used for making pouches. It is also used as the base layer or outer protective layer of most thermal laminating film,
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Our Polyester Film (8 to 50 microns) have transparency, strength, flexibility and tear-resistance which make it ideal for use in various industries. They are also used in printing process and after printing they are laminated with other material and then used to make pouches. They are the base or outer protective layer of most thermal laminating film.We are distributors of Uflex Ltd, Jindal Polyester Ltd, Polyplex Corporation Ltd.
The advantages of both Metalized Polyester Films (8 to 12 Microns) have been incorporated into our metalized films. They are heat stable, transparent, durable and allow successful vacuum metalizing. They are used for packaging of snack foods like potato chips, crisps, etc.
We offer our clients a wide range of high quality metallized Clear Pet Films, polyester metallized films, metallized PET films (9 and 12 microns). These PET films are used packaging of food, medicine and commodity. It has good property of gloss surface and excellent decoration effectiveness. We also offer clients with slitting or rewinding of BOPP, PET, CTP, PVC and hygiene films.
Chemically Coated Polyester Films are unsaturated resins formed by the reaction of dibasic organic acids and polyhydric alcohols. Polyesters resins are used in sheet moulding compound, bulk moulding compound and the toner of laser printers. Wall panels fabricated from polyester resins reinforced with fiberglass so-called fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) are typically used in restaurants, kitchens, restrooms and other areas that require washable low-maintenance walls. Unsaturated polyesters are condensation polymers formed by the reaction of polyols (also known as polyhydric alcohols), organic compounds with multiple alcohol or hydroxy functional groups, with saturated or unsaturated dibasic acids. Typical polyols used are glycols such as ethylene glycol; acids used are phthalic acid and maleic acid. Water, a by-product of esterification reactions, is continuously removed, driving the reaction to completion.